With POWDERMET2017 and AMPM2017 just around the corner, the powder metallurgy (PM) industry is packing bags and hopping flights to the bright city lights of the famous Las Vegas Strip. What is on the agenda for attendees this year?
America Makes, the National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Institute, in partnership with 3D Veterans, has received a Google.org grant to expand the Additive Manufacturing Bootcamp for veterans created last fall to teach U.S. military veterans 3D printing, CAD drawing, 3D scanning, and traditional manufacturing. These skills will be useful as veterans return to an increasingly digital workforce in the high-demand advanced manufacturing industry.
The powder metallurgy (PM) industry's longest running course, the Basic PM Short Course, is back this year to bring together employees seeking to enhance their depth of PM knowledge and advance their careers. Held at Penn Stater Conference Center Hotel, State College, Pa., August 15–17, 2017, this is the ideal place to delve into PM and an excellent opportunity to ask industry experts questions on this innovative technology.
The luxurious Bellagio hotel on the Las Vegas strip, headquarters hotel for POWDERMET2017 & AMPM2017, has opened its doors to the powder metallurgy (PM) industry by providing a newly reduced room rate of $159/night + $25 resort fee and taxes. POWDERMET2017, the largest North American powder metallurgy (PM) and particulate materials conference, features the most robust technical program yet with over 200 worldwide PM industry experts presenting on the latest in PM, particulate materials, and metal additive manufacturing. Meanwhile, the co-located Additive Manufacturing with Powder
Why is modernizing important beyond reducing risk of system failure? Why should you treat production environments differently? How can you automate performance reporting? Learn the answers during APMI International's upcoming Regional Technical Program on Automation & Information Best Practices for Manufacturing Operations on April 13 in St Marys, Pa.
This half-day program is open to all powder metallurgy (PM) industry professionals. The technical program includes: